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Are you an expert sailor, you can rent a boat and start your own sailing adventures or, if you want to unwind and see the whole wide globe passing by you can choose a boat charterer and team.
Are you an expert sailor, you can rent a boat and start your own sailing adventures or, if you want to unwind and see the whole wide globe passing by you can choose a boat charterer and team. Cruises and sailing trips vary from a relaxing boat trip with evening teas in the port to several full -size sailing holidays on a deep-seaacht.
Marlborough Sounds, the Hauraki Gulf and the Bays of Iceland are good starting points. Protected ports and islets offer scenic excursions before opening up to the coast. You can also dock in a protected cove every night before proceeding on a series of favourite coastline cruises.
Auckland' s eastern shore, on the way to the Bay of Islands, Kerikeri Inlet or fjord-like Whangaroa Harbour, is a particularly charming place to be.
If you are anchoring in an enchanting cove or taking the ferry to an isle, getting out on the sea is an absolute must. Between Cape Reinga at the tip of North Isle and Bluff at the most southern point of South Isle, there are thousand of kilometers of coastline to be explored - shallow ports, protected inlets, secluded islets and quiet inlets.
In addition, boating, charter, kayak and angling adventures are readily available and available throughout the state. Here you can take the shuttle to the historical town of Russell, take a full tour of the Outlands, take a Jetboat, kayak or charter your own vessel to discover it in tranquillity and private life.
From the latest America's Cup racing vessels to yesterday's classical sailing vessels, the sailing climate is just that. Do a harbor tour or take the boat to one of the island's ferries - Waiheke is ideal for wine cellars, while Rangitoto has a number of great walks. You can also rent a kayak or canoe on many of our beautiful sands.
On the tip of the South Island, Marlborough Sounds is a sailing haven with countless submerged dales, isles, inlets, creeks, inlets, and shores. Select a boating trip, a kayak trip or a shuttle to Picton. Abel Tasman National Park's clean sand beach is easy to reach by boating - if you don't have your own boating equipment, take a sea-taxis!
Its sun-drenched weather, wooded coast, gold sandy beach and blue sea make the area a favourite holiday destination on shore and on the seas. There is a variety of kayak and canoe board possibilities.